In 2005 three mothers, Carolyn Anderson, Sue Rabe and Carol Keezer founded Concerned Families for ATV Safety. Our children had been killed driving ATVs and we were brought together by shared grief.
We soon discovered over 40,000 families a year were suffering the tragedy of death and serious injury to their children from ATV accidents. There was very little support for victims and families.
Together we decided to do something and founded our organization. Concerned Families for ATV Safety is now a network of parents dedicated to reducing injuries and deaths among children driving powerful All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs). We offer support to victim’s families and provide families with information to make informed decisions about their children and ATVs.
Through public education we work to raise awareness of the need for adequate, common sense safety standards that keep children under age 16 off ATVs, and for enforcement of existing ATV laws.
We thank the many people who have encouraged, advised and supported us as we formed this group. We need the help of friends in our efforts to prevent children from being killed and seriously injured on ATVs.
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If you lost a loved one on an ATV and want to talk, please contact one of us directly at one of our emails above.
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